Saturday and Sunday will be perfect for watching the Head of the Charles Regatta. Bring a bike or stroll over to the banks of the Charles River to watch rowers from all over the world compete.
Saturday, October 18th
This weekend is not only the Head of the Charles Regatta but it is also the Wellfleet OysterFest.
Shady Hill School Fair: fun, yard sale, fair, food.
A Capella Competition at Faneuil Hall Saturday & Sunday 12-4:00.
Donuts pop up at the Taco truck brick and mortar shop in Harvard Square thanks to Party of Two. Donuts not your thing? Try a trademark tart!
Sean Collier Memorial weekend at Lyndell’s. Free coffee and breakfast as well as a raffle and delicious ways to contribute to the memorial fund.
Sneakers are not just shoes anymore. There is a whole sneaker culture and dare I say “art”. The Boston Sneaker Jam is at the Seaport World Trade Center starting at 11 a.m. on Saturday and goes through the weekend.
Sunday, October 19th
The Boston Symphony Orchestra is doing a free performance at the Cambridge Public Library. Nielsen String Quartet No. 4 in F, Op.44 and Schubert String Quartet in A Minor, D.804, “Rosamunde”.
Thanksgiving doesn’t have to be the only fabulous grand gathering of the season. Head over to Kirkland Tap & Trotter for Tony Maws’ version of a family gathering at the communal table. Gather your crew crew, and family members after a day at the Charles River and gather around a table for a family-style dinner at the communal tables for $45pp (including wine). This is perfect opportunity to come in, break bread, and meet friends old and new. Dinner starts at 8pm. Reservations are requested, but not required.
At 7 p.m. on the Lawn on D in Boston hear some of the areas best story tellers present real life stories at Best of Boston’s Story Slam.